Aviatrix OpenVPN® Feature Highlights¶
This document highlights Aviatrix OpenVPN® features. For how to setup Aviatrix OpenVPN® for developers and remote workers to access public cloud, consult this link.
- Centrally Managed A single pane of glass allows you to manage all VPN users, VPN certificates and VPN user visibility.
- OpenVPN® Compatible Built on OpenVPN® and is compatible with all OpenVPN® client software.
- Split Tunnel Supports split tunnel mode where only specified CIDRs ranges go through the VPN tunnel.
- Full Tunnel Supports full tunnel mode where all user IP sessions including Internet browsing go through the VPN tunnel.
- PKI Management Supports Bring Your Own (BYO) PKI management system.
- Force Disconnect Any admin can force disconnect a VPN user from the controller console.
- Dashboard View all active VPN users and their connection history from the controller console dashboard.
- REST API Support REST API for all management activities.
- LDAP/AD Integration Authenticates VPN user from Aviatrix gateways in addition to VPN certificate authentication.
- DUO Integration Authenticates VPN user from Aviatrix gateways in addition to VPN cert authentication.
- OKTA Integration Authenticates VPN user from Aviatrix gateways in addition to VPN cert authentication.
- MFA Integration Combines LDAP and DUO for multi-factor authentication.
- Shared Certificate Support a shared certificate arrangement among VPN users. (When this option is is selected, you should enable additional authentication options to ensure secure access.)
- Client SAML Integration Authenticates VPN user directly from Aviatrix VPN client to any IDP via SAML protocol.
Scale Out Performance¶
- TCP-based VPN You can use Aviatrix integrated ELB to load balance multiple Aviatrix VPN gateways. When ELB is used, OpenVPN® client software runs on TCP port 443. TCP-based VPN requires no special corporate firewall rules when VPN client is on-prem.
- UDP-based VPN You can use Aviatrix integrated AWS Route53 round robin routing to load balance multiple Aviatrix VPN gateways. When Route53 round robin routing is used, OpenVPN® client software runs on UDP port 1193. UDP-based VPN has improved file transfer performance.
- Geo VPN For TCP-based VPN, you can use Aviatrix integrated AWS Route53 latency-based routing to load balance clients residing in different geographic locations.
- VPN User VPN user connection history and bandwidth usage can be logged to Splunk, SumoLogic, ELK, Remote Syslog and DataDog.
- User Activity Each VPN user TCP/UDP session can be logged to Splunk, SumoLogic, ELK, Remote Syslog and DataDog.
- OpenVPN® Client Software All OpenVPN® client software is supported. The supported clients are macOS, Windows, iOS, Android, Chromebook, Linux and BSD.
- Aviatrix VPN Client Aviatrix VPN Client supports macOS, Windows and Linux Debian distribution and BSD distribution. Choose Aviatrix VPN Client if you require SAML authentication directly from VPN client software.
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